Understanding Different Styles of Conservatories from Conservatories Cardiff

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So, you want a conservatory, but how do you choose between several forms and designs? You don’t realize how many options there are until you look into them, there are numerous conservatory designs at Conservatories Cardiff and your choice will be based on your preferences, your home’s size and location, and the purpose of your conservatory.

 

Victorian uPVC conservatory

 

The options are endless at Conservatories Cardiff and can be made to order in any material, so your conservatory is totally unique, but there are many designs to choose from and each home’s style is distinct, whatever your taste, we have one to fit you.

 

What conservatory types exist?

 

There are several conservatory extensions styles, hues, and materials available on the market.

 

  • Victorian conservatory
  • Edwardian garden
  • Orangery
  • Gabled greenhouse
  • Loggia garden
  • Small lean-to
  • a conservatory/pavilion T-shaped & P-shaped conservatories
  • Today’s flat-roof

 

Let’s take a closer look at the various conservatory options.

 

Victorian Type

 

The most popular conservatory style is a victorian, and victorian conservatories, with their steeply pitched roofs, three or five faces, and curving lines, maximize the use of available space, an elegant and classic, this conservatory architecture fits Victorian homes and beyond.

 

 

Edwardian Garden

 

Victorian conservatories have a rectangular floor layout to maximize space while for a traditional, timeless look, Edwardian conservatories are great and in addition to its four-sided pitched roof, it has plenty of open areas for relaxing.

 

 

 The Orangery

 

They are rectangular in shape, like Edwardian or Victorian conservatories, Orangeries have a classic elegance that stems from their origins as aristocratic fruit growers at their magnificent houses an open, bright spaces can be created by using brick pillars with large, clear windows.

 

 A Black gable conservatory

 

Gabled greenhouse

An exceptionally attractive environment, Gable conservatories have rectangular floor plans and triangular fronts.

 

 The Loggia garden

 

An Italian Renaissance-inspired Loggia is a wonderful addition to any home, thanks to its British invention, taking inspiration from the Loggia conservatory’s elaborate columns and a roofed gallery on one side, the conservatory adapts it ideally for British architecture, the Loggia redefines the conservatory by adapting to both old and modern homes.

 

The Lean-To Type

 

A lean-to conservatory is a rectangular structure with a roof that extends over the main structure and if you’re looking for a solution that’s easy to install, practical, and less expensive, this is a great option.

 

Customary Type

 

A method for making a custom conservatory for your home. It is possible to make a conservatory of your own design by combining a Victorian, Edwardian, or Gable design with a lean-to style.

 

Conservatory T-Shape Type

 

Hybrid glazed extension T-shaped conservatories, it might be Victorian, Edwardian, or Gable designed with a central projection into the garden, these are ideal for larger residences that require extra space and light.

 

P-shaped/L-shaped conservatory

 

Ideal for large detached homes. In addition to P-shaped conservatories, Victorian 3 or 5 faceted conservatories are also available and these conservatories combine the lean-to and Edwardian forms into a symmetrical hybrid.

 

 

 

 

Extensive use of flat

 

Our trendy flat roof extensions come in a variety of square and rectangular sizes to fit your project, a flat roof conservatory is great for decreasing the sun’s glare while still providing ample natural light and ventilation plus extra internal plastered soffit, modern roof overhang to protect entrances and level exterior flooring options link smoothly with outside spaces are just a few design options.

 

Conclusion

Now that you know the different conservatory styles available, it’s up to you to select which one best matches your home.

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